Governments, Stability

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Liberal Democracy

- Party leaders can purge members for 3x PP cost, decreasing stability by .1%

- Can transform to Authoritarian Democracy with bill with at least 90% legislative support. Reduces stability by 30%.
Does not apply to US or UK, locked as liberal democracies.

Authoritarian Democracies

- Prime Minister can do "Persecute" action, targetting a single player in their country.
This reduces their home state influence and party power by 50%. Reduces national stability by 1%.

- Party leaders can purge members for 1.5x PP cost.

- Parties can be banned through legislature with majority support, elmininating them.

- Can transform to One Party/Liberal Democracy through a bill that has at least 75% support. Transforming to One Party State
will eliminate all other parties aside for party with most institutional power. Moving governments reduces stability by 10%

One Party State

- Prime Minister can do "Persecute" action, targetting a single player in their country.
This reduces their home state influence and party power by 50%. Reduces national stability by 1%.

- Party leaders can purge members for 1x PP cost.

- New parties cannot be created.

- Can transform to Authoritarian Democracy/Dictatorship through a bill that has at least 75% support. Moving governments reduces stability by 10%


Dictatorship

- Prime Minister can do "execute" action, eliminating the target player entirely.
Reduces national stability by .5%.

- Party leaders can purge members for 0.1 x their PP cost.

- New Parties cannot be created.

- Prime Minister

Stability

Stability naturally increases/decreases by the current growth rate/10. So it will go negative if growth is negative.

Lower stabilities radicalize population, they will turn more right wing/left wing.

Lower stabilities will result in negative growth events.

Stability under 25% allows parties to create paramilitaries and fight each other. The Government changes to "Civil War"
allowing new parties to be created, etc. Institutional strength becomes based on paramilitary size, and if a party reaches
at least 66% institional strength the country becomes a One Party State and stability returns to 50%.